DexFilter on-chain screening platform
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DexFilter on-chain DeFi screening platform
DexFilter is a decentralized DeFI exchange trade quality detection tool that provides detailed analysis and visualization of decentralized exchange trade data. It is designed to help users understand trading behavior on exchanges and make informed decisions when trading. This article will describe how to use DexFilter to decentralize the K-Line platform website, below Enjoy:
I. Market K-line
DexFilter.com provides a powerful quote K-line function, which allows users to understand the price changes and trends of the exchange through K-line charts. In addition, users can also analyze historical price trends and trading volume changes through K-line charts to help users better understand the market situation. By using K-line charts, users can develop better investment strategies and avoid investment risks.
1. Transaction history
2. Large order tracking
3. Price warning
Second, project selection
Dexfilter is the first program to find quality projects by condition filtering, and provides rich filtering functions on Defi projects, which can help users better find TOKEN projects with suitable trading. Especially for new holders, only real swap data is counted, Transfer data will not be counted as new holders, through this data to compare the merits of the project.
1.Defi flow pool screening
This feature helps users to filter out the volume data of Defi liquidity pools. Screening out the volume is a situation solution that assists Defi players to differentiate the size of projects and filter out projects with different liquidity pool sizes. Here, Dexfilter provides two types of liquidity pools, one with coin-based screening and the second with U-based screening. If you are not familiar with coin-based pricing, you can use the U-position to find the right project for you.
2. Up or down screening
With this condition filtering, you can assist users to quickly find fast burst pull, and fast flash crash such more real-time items, usually with the screening conditions of the time scale to match. For example, filtering out the trading data of the 1 hour up in 20% or down in 50% or less, then by judging the trading volume and liquidity pool and new holders, and timely adjustment of their trading strategies.
3. New holder screening
This feature is mainly used to make investment decisions on DeFi projects. By filtering out contract addresses with a high number of new holders, some new and promising DeFi projects can be discovered. With this feature, users can discover some new, promising DeFi projects, because when a DeFi project has a high number of new holders, it usually means that the project is receiving attention and recognition from the market and may have greater growth potential. In addition, the number of new holders can also reflect the operation and development of the project.
4. Volume screening
This function helps users to filter out trading data with volume within a certain range, for example, filtering out trading data with volume above 1,000 BNB. Through this function, users can understand the trading activity and liquidity on the exchange, for example, if the filtered volume is higher, it may mean that the exchange is more liquid and thus easier to trade. In addition, the volume can also reflect traders' confidence and participation in the market, thus helping users to better understand the market situation and make more reasonable investment strategies.
5. Transaction number filtering
Trade count filtering is a trade filtering feature provided by Dexfilter that helps users to filter out eligible trade data based on a range of trade counts. The purpose of this feature is that the number of trades reflects the activity and liquidity of the exchange, thus helping users to better understand the market situation.
6. Contract detection screening
Contract detection and filtering is a very important feature in Dexfilter, which allows you to determine if a project is a Pixi project, a proxy contract project, as well as trade switches, blacklists, slippage modifications, etc. This is a feature that every DeFi user needs to use. It allows you to filter out risky projects as quickly as possible, but it only provides detection, not investment advice. The ultimate safety is up to the user to judge.
III. Data Analysis
Dexfilter offers several analytics features, including data analysis of holders, buy and sell counts, incoming and outgoing funds, liquidity pools, social media chart changes, and more. These analytics features help users gain insight into the market performance and user behavior of DeFi programs to make better investment decisions.
1. Holder analysis
Assist users in understanding the change in holders and the distribution of holders of DeFi projects Users can use the holder analysis function to understand the total number of holders, the percentage of holders and the distribution of holders to better understand the market share and user behavior of the program.
2. Analysis of the number of purchases and sales
Aids users in understanding the trading of DeFi projects. This feature allows users to understand the number of times the item has been bought and sold over time, as well as information on the frequency and size of trades. The buy and sell count analysis feature can also help users identify potential manipulation. If a user finds that the number of trades in an asset is unusual, for example, the number of trades goes up and down, this may mean that someone is manipulating the market price. In such cases, users should be alert and consider adjusting their investment decisions.
Users understand the inflows and outflows of funds to and from DeFi programs. The incoming and outgoing funds analysis feature also helps users identify potential manipulation. If a user notices an unusual flow of funds in an asset, such as an unusually large transfer or withdrawal, it could mean that someone is manipulating market prices. In such cases, users should be alert and consider adjusting their investment decisions.
4. Flow pool analysis
Using the liquidity pool analysis feature, users can understand the liquidity of different assets in the exchange and can develop investment strategies accordingly based on this information. For example, if a user finds a larger liquidity pool for a particular asset, this means that the asset is more traded on the exchange and the market is more active, which also means more liquidity. In this case, the user may consider trading on that asset in order to gain more returns.
5.Analysis of TOP100 shareholders
The TOP100 shareholder analysis feature helps users identify potential manipulation. If users notice a drastic change in the TOP100 holders of a particular generation of coins, it may mean that someone is manipulating the market price. In this case, users should be alert and consider adjusting their trading decisions.
6. Media community analysis
One of Dexfilter's core analytics features is the analysis of media communities, including changes in Twitter followers, Telegram communities and Discord communities. These social media platforms have become important channels for promoting Defi's projects, so analyzing their changes can help users better understand the buzz and reach of their projects.
Fourth, the right project Kanban
1. Basic information
- Project name: displays the name of this Defi project.
- Price: shows the current price of this Defi item.
- Project Token: displays the name of the token corresponding to this Defi project.
- Swap: shows the pairs traded on the decentralized exchange for this Defi project.
- The official website of the project owner: showing the official website address of the Defi project.
- Project Twitter: shows the address of the official Twitter account of this Defi project.
- Project community information telegram: shows the community information of the Defi project on Telegram.
- Discord: Shows the community information of this Defi project on Discord.
- With these parameters, users can quickly learn the basic information of Defi project, including price, trading pairs, official website, community information, etc., so as to better understand the overview and development of the project. Based on this information, users can choose whether to invest in the project or learn more about the project.
2. Project Introduction
- Daily Volume: shows the total number of transactions for this Defi item in the last 24 hours.
- Liquidity pool amount: shows the total amount of the liquidity pool of the Defi project on the decentralized exchange.
- Total market value: shows the total market value of the Defi project.
- Total Token Supply: shows the total supply of tokens for this Defi project.
- 24-hour high price: shows the highest price for this Defi item in the last 24 hours.
- 24-hour low price: shows the lowest price for this Defi item in the last 24 hours.
- Total Holders: Shows the total number of holders for this Defi item.
- Through these parameters, users can get a more comprehensive picture of the Defi project, including liquidity, market capitalization, supply, price fluctuations and other aspects, so as to better understand the overview and development of the project. At the same time, these parameters also provide users with more references for investment decisions, helping them to better choose whether to invest in the project.
Five, brave detection
Dexfilter's brave detection feature is a very useful tool on its platform. By detecting DeFi projects, it can help users identify potential investment risks and thus avoid losses. Here are a few features to focus on.
1. Pixie detection
Dexfilter analyzes the contract code and the transaction data, the Pixie is usually understood as only the creator is allowed to sell, and the ordinary users involved in buying will be restricted to buy, not sell. If a Pixie trade is detected, Dexfilter will mark it in the Pixie detection field.
2. Sale and purchase of Gas fee
Dexfilter analyzes the Gas fee for each transaction, which can be understood as the computational resources required to provide computers on the blockchain, often called the miner's fee (Gas), and prompts the Gas fee to help users understand the cost of the transaction.
3. Transaction fees
Analyze the buy and sell fees for each item to help users understand the cost of the transaction. This feature helps the user to determine if a transaction is worth doing. The transaction fee is different from the Gas fee, which is a custom fee set by the project owner. The fees are usually set for deflationary and marketing purposes, depending on each project.
4. Number of LP holders
Dexfilter analyzes the number of holders of liquidity providers (LPs) for a pair to help users understand the liquidity and market depth of the pair.
5. Whether there is a white list
Dexfilter analyzes a whitelist of trading pairs to help users understand which addresses can participate in early low price presales, usually by completing some tasks to obtainWhite ListEligibility, such as retweeting project side twitter, joining project telegram group. This feature helps users to anticipate the availability of low-ball buyers.
6. Whether there is a blacklist
Dexfilter will analyze the blacklist field in the contract, if there is a blacklist setting in a project, then the purchased user may face the problem of not being able to sell after buying, this situation is somewhat similar to the brave, but the difference is that the brave belongs to the creator, in addition to all users can only buy can not sell. The blacklist is manually set, such as specifying some of the larger buy volume of users can not sell, while small households are not affected by this, this more covert blacklist function requires more caution. This feature can help users avoid trading with blacklisted items.
7. whether anti-megawhale
Dexfilter analyzes whether the trading pair opposes the giant whale, i.e. whether it limits the volume of a single trade, thus preventing market manipulation by large investors.
8. Can be suspended
Dexfilter analyzes whether a trading pair can be suspended, i.e. whether there is a mechanism to urgently close the pair. The project with this feature turned on can interrupt all users at any time in the direction of the transaction, at this time, buying and selling can not be carried out, except for the contract creator here to release the pause switch, but usually after the pause will be emptying the flow pool, which is usually said to withdraw the pool, which also belongs to more new players often encounter the pit.
9. Sliding point can be modified
Opened the item of trading slippage can be modified, you can set the slippage to very high at any time, but the liquidity pool is too small, resulting in your random selling point will cause the problem of not being able to sell. The sliding point can be changed at any time.
10. Whether to relinquish ownership
If a project chooses to relinquish ownership, this means they no longer have direct control over the development of the protocol and tokens. In the DeFi space, whether a project relinquishes ownership is an important consideration. Relinquishing ownership means that the contract creator does not have control of the contract.
11. Whether the project is open source
Dexfilter analyzes whether the transaction is open source for the project to which it belongs, to help users understand the transparency and trustworthiness of the project
12. Trading cooldown time
The Pixar detection feature also includes an analysis of the transaction cooldown time. This refers to how long you need to wait after making a trade before you can trade again.
13. Sliding point can be modified
Slippage refers to the difference between the trading price and the actual price during the trading process. Usually, slippage is unavoidable, but in some cases, it is possible to modify the slippage ratio, which may lead to excessive slippage and make the user bear the loss of high slippage.
14. Whether to relinquish ownership
Some project contracts do not relinquish ownership, which means that the contract creator can change the contract parameters at any time in order to profit from the token if no relinquishment is detected. This includes but is not limited to: blacklisting the purchased user, suspending the switch, increasing the number of tokens issued, etc. Therefore, one of the most important parameters to look at when buying a project is whether or not to give up contract ownership, not that giving up contract ownership is necessarily safe, but not giving up is definitely not safe.
15. Whether the project is open source
Dexfilter's brave detection feature also helps users analyze whether a project is open source or not. Open source projects usually get more community support and review, reducing project risk. AndNon-open source projects may have code security issuesIt is necessary for users to invest with caution.
VI. Customized data project services
To better meet the needs of traders, exchanges, quantitative trading teams, etc., DexFilter provides millisecond data monitoring services that allow you to get the latest trading information and make better decisions quickly. Our data monitoring API or SDK provides flexible access to our services for you to use easily. At the same time, we offer customized services to provide the most suitable data monitoring solution according to your needs.
Our millisecond data monitoring service has the following features.
- High real-time: We provide millisecond-level data monitoring, so you can get the latest trading information in time and never miss any trading opportunities.
- Stable and reliable: We use high-performance servers and a reliable network environment to ensure the stability and reliability of our data monitoring services.
- Flexible and customizable: We provide customized services and can provide the most suitable data monitoring solutions to meet the different needs of our customers.
Our millisecond data monitoring services are available to help customers who
- Traders: With our data monitoring service, traders have access to up-to-date trading information to make better decisions.
- Exchanges: Our data monitoring services provide exchanges with a stable and reliable data source for a better trading experience.
- Quantitative trading team: With our millisecond data monitoring service, the quantitative trading team is able to access the latest trading information and make quantitative trading analysis and decisions quickly.
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Enter the contract address and automatically populate all relevant data, including: transaction status, buying and selling fees, liquidity size, lock pool percentage, and whether ownership is relinquished. Code level detection: trade switch, commission, increment switch, blacklist, whether adjustable tax, retrieve ownership switch. Position detection. Simple and convenient!